NDSU Shows Record Growth In Doctoral Degrees Awarded In A Decade

North Dakota leads the nation for growth in graduate degree production according to a recent Council of Graduate Schools survey. Doctoral degree production increased 226 percent in North Dakota from 1998 to 2008, compared to 25 percent nationally. NDSU officials attribute this growth to its creation of graduate programs during the past decade. In 1998,…
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Biomass Testing Lab Established

Cole Gustafson, NDSU biofuels economist, and Igathi Cannayen, Northern Great Plains Research Laboratory assistant professor, have received $450,000 from the North Dakota Renewable Energy Council and U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service in Mandan to establish the first dedicated biomass-testing laboratory in North Dakota. The lab will be designed to test dimensional, thermal and…
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First Presidential Candidate Visits NDSU Campus

NDSU presidential candidate Dean L. Bresciani discussed a clear goal for the institution during his open forum presentation, “A Vision for NDSU,” held on April 27. Bresciani, the former vice president for student affairs at Texas A&M University, is the first of four candidates who will visit the NDSU campus for interviews and meetings. “The…
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Presidential Open Forum Today

Today, NDSU presidential candidate Dr. Dean Bresciani will hold an open forum for campus and community members from 10:30 to 11:30 at Festival Concert Hall of the Reineke Fine Arts Center. A media opportunity is scheduled beforehand from 10:00 to 10:30. From 11:30 to 12:30, Dr. Bresciani will be available to meet and greet the…
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Spring’s Early Arrival On The Prairie

A century of tracking spring on the prairie thanks to one of the first professors at North Dakota State University: minnesota.publicradio.org/display/web/2010/04/26/signs-of-spring-tracking/